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Hi, if you want to use the phone in Tanzania you should get unlock code or unlocked handset to use with any service provider, Please try to get unlock code, however if you want to drivers please go to blackberry.com and you can download latest version Blackberry Desktop Manager. and then you can install the software. I hope this information will help you.
Sometimes sellers lock the phone with a password. You can try contacting the seller for the password, they will usually give you the password without hesitation (basically it's their shipment delivery confirmation). Try a default one of: wireless1
There are also speaker phone options for Blue-tooth. There are several manufactures of speakers and earphones that are compatible with your phone. The Motorola and Plantronics products should work very well with it.
If you go to the Profiles icon on the desktop (looks like a speaker), and click on it, you should be able to get in to a menu system that is for the sound set up.
You should visit the Blackberry site for details about available downloads for your model of Blackberry. Most providers, if the user has a contract with them, should provide support for your device.
If it is the 7250 that you have, I hope you did not pay very much for it. This one is a very old model. The newer ones are far improved!
The 7250 was the first one that I owned. After about two years of use the Blue-tooth failed, and it started to have other intermittent faults. I am however a very heavy Blackberry user. I am on it almost 24/7 for my job. I have been through three Blackberries over the last 4 years. I have been using it outdoors in -45 F to +105 F temperatures. It has been out in everything from severe ice storms to very hot weather. I will soon be getting another new one. This is the best mobile phone I ever owned!
They sell these already unlocked on ebay by the hundreds. If you're attached to the one you have, you can find a cell phone store that will unlock it for you by visiting unlocktotalk.com to find a local store or send it in to unlocktotalk.com. They have a CDMA unlock mail-in service if there is not a local cell phone "flashing" store which provides this service in your area that can reprogram your phone to work with the new CDMA service of your choice. I suggest you log on to www.unlocktotalk.com to get details. It only costs about $20 and it is 100% legal. They openly advertise that they can unlock CDMA cell phones (or GSM-in a separate section of their website- if you need them to.)